Want to join a book club? Yay!
Anti-Racism Book Circle
Monthly on the 3rd Thursdays at 10 am CST
Bravery is ending systemic racism. Our monthly book circle exists to: hold each other accountable to the work of anti-racism, listen to our unique perspectives, and change racism starting from within ourselves first. Due to the sensitive nature of our discussions, we require new members to email us for an invitation. 100% of this book club's membership fees go to a non-profit working to end systemic racism and/or provide accessible mental health care to black women and girls.
Our next books: This month, we're finishing up reading Fearing The Black Body: The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia by Sabrina Strings, PhD.
Courageous Creatives Book Club
Weekly on Wednesdays at 10 am CST
Bravery is expanding freedom of expression. This group of like-minded creatives meets weekly to discuss their creative careers, the practicalities of making money with art, and the bravery of putting yourself out there as an artist in any form or industry.
In addition to the weekly chapter discussions, attendees receive group coaching and career guidance by Emily Ann Peterson, songwriter & author of bestselling Bare Naked Bravery: How to Be Creatively Courageous.
Anti-Hustle Book Club
Weekly on Wednesdays at 7 pm CST
Bravery is doing things differently. Our society expects increasingly high amounts of productivity and hustle. Your industry colleagues might preach about the rewards from hard work. You might feel worthless if you're not "doing something". But that's a sure-fire highway to burn-out, overwhelm, overwork, and generally frazzled.
This book circle is for anyone who wants to learn how to rest, recoup, and reboot endurance! We believe that resilience, ease, and flow are the ultimate forms of activism and resistance. The goal is to gather to nourish, guide, and rejuvenate our brave resistance to a world that demands more from us every day.
Our Next Book: How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy by Jenny Odell (artist, writer & teacher at Stanford)